IMPORTANCE OF THE PASSPORT IN MACHU PICCHU
Perú is basically free admission. Like most countries in south America, a tourist visa is not required to enter Perú. the maximum length of stay granted by the authorities is 183 days ( it cannot be extended). For a longer term stay with other objectives such as work, business or study it is necessary to apply for a visa that corresponds to the activity issued in the respective Peruvian consulates.
To enter Perú it is an essential requirement to present to valid Passport or visa.
The sister countries of south america such as Argentina, Brasil, Paraguay, Uruguay, ecuador, Colombia, Bolivia, Venezuela and Chile. These countries can enter with their identity document.
IMPORTANCE OF THE PASSPORT ON THE INCA TRAIL – MACHU PICCHU
If you are about to visit MACHUPICCHU or INCA TRAIL, you will necessarily have to use the passport or identity document in case of south american, updated not expired to be able to acquire or reserve the entrance ticket to said citadel as well for the train. For the INCA TRAIL you must send the information requested by the tour operator or the travel agency.
MIGRATION CARD When you arrive in Peru by air, do not forget to request your Andean migration card (image on the right) which will be issued to you at the migration office of the Jorge Chavez international airport in Peru, which is open 24 hours a day.
In the event that you visit Peru by land, it will be delivered to you by the respective migration offices that exist at each border, which are open from 9:00 a.m.
In case of loss of Andean migration card, you must file a complaint with the tourism police located in each city and later they will give you a certificate.